A Mother’s Love – Part III in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Welcome back! This is Part III in a series on Opiates: Are there any good answers? If you recall, last week we were riveted by a young man’s story of addiction, and his slow slide into suicidal ideation. This week, we visit with a mother who lost her child to an accidental overdose. Let’s hear what she has to say about the subject matter…
Welcome back! This is Part II in a series on Opiates: Are There Any Good Answers? Last week, we heard from a professional, Dr. Jorgensen. He gave us some good things to think about, didn’t he? This week, we visit with a young man who has actually experienced addiction. Let’s see what he has to say about Opiates, and you will find Dr. Jorgensen’s response to this blog at the end of Will’s journey…
**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE** October 4, 2017 Manchester, Maine
Patient360 (P360) is proud to announce that 100% of our clients were successful in their 2016 PQRS submissions.
Having been in the registry business for well over a decade, we are pleased with our track record but must work each year to not only help clients optimize performance but even to learn whether they were successful.
With so many outcome and reporting expectations from Medicare and other payers, choosing to report (never mind when, and how) can become just another exercise in provider based procrastination. The Medicare Quality Payment Program (QPP) is a different beast.
David Letterman may be gone from regular late-night television, but his Top 10 shtick is still a favorite well past a time when the younger crowd cannot recall who made it popular. What’s not going away is the Quality Payment Program (QPP) and thankfully, it includes Qualified Clinical Data Registries (QCDR) to personalize and optimize the quality measure reporting experience.
Ok, so you probably guessed I don’t own an EMR (because I am the Principal/CEO of Patient360). However, I have worked on more than nine in the last twenty plus years in medicine both in and outside of hospital systems. The expectations are the same in-house or on your own in the private sector. EMRs should improve care, save money, and help all healthcare providers better communicate with improved data capture.
In partnership with the Maine Osteopathic Association (MOA), Patient360, LLC (P360) has been selected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR). This marks the second year of QCDR status for P360.